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About Beacons Lodge
This is the perfect place to stay whether with a group of friends or family; with 5 bedrooms comfortably sleeping 10 people, what better way to enjoy the Brecon Beacons than by bringing the whole family and relaxing at Beacons Lodge.
Just 2 miles from Brecon you are be right in the heart of the National Park with plenty of places to visit and wonderful walks close by. If you are not keen on going outside - just sit in the warm conservatory with an ever changing vista of the dramatic mountain landscape.
Sleeps 10 - 1 Twin Room, 3 Double Rooms, 1 King-Size Room
Kitchen: Step into the exceptionally well equipped and spacious kitchen and you'll feel right at home. With fitted units, a ceramic hob and fan oven, larder fridge, microwave and freezer you'll have all you'll need to cater for the whole family. The long pine breakfast table and chairs seat 10 people comfortably.
There is also a utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, fitted units, a sink and drainers.
A downstairs cloakroom: With toilet and hand basin is off the utility room.
The dining room is most attractive with a long, oak dining table and chairs to comfortably seat 10.
The sitting room is very spacious and has sofas, chairs, a large fireplace with wood burning stove.
Sky basic package with a 50" flat screen TV, DVD player, VCR and CD Hi-Fi system. Wi-Fi.
Leading off the lounge is a large sunny conservatory with the most lovely panoramic views over the river to the Brecon Beacons.
Downstairs Bedroom 1: The downstairs bedroom is has twin beds.
Downstairs shower room with toilet, handbasin and shower.
Up the easy flight of stairs
Master Bedroom 2: A king size bed.
Bedroom 3: A double bed
Bedroom 4: Double bed
Bedroom 5: Double bed
A Family Bathroom: With bath, handbasin and toilet.
Shower room with power shower, handbasin and toilet.
• Bedlinen and towels provided
• Electricity, and Oil central heating
• One dog on discussion with owners - not allowed in the bedrooms
• Cot available
• Enclosed garden with furniture
• Good mobile phone reception
Fabulous interior - Beacons Lodge is a superb conversion of an 18th century barn. The arrow slit windows have been retained and vast windows that flood the property with light have replaced the huge barn doors. Heavy oak beams and exposed stone walls all serve to remind you that this very comfortable, modern home has been around for some time. When the weather's fine there is a wonderful, enclosed family-friendly garden with furniture. In the winter months or on a rainy day the fabulous conservatory is a great place from which to admire the panoramic views over the nearby river to the Beacons beyond. Fire up the woodburning stove and get the board games out for a cosy night in with the family.
Ideal for a family get-together - With 2 generous dining areas, each seating 10 people comfortably and with large reception rooms and the family-friendly garden, Beacons Lodge is a great space for larger parties. Guests will appreciate the 3 good bath and shower rooms that serve the 5 bedrooms and the separate utility room is a useful drying space for boots and coats. With so many activities on your doorstep visitors of all ages will be kept busy. Maybe the children would enjoy pony-trekking, canoeing, cycling or trying their luck on the 'challenge course', a fantastic assault course at nearby Llangorse. Others in the party may be keen to try some of the numerous walks, visit the theatre at Brecon, browse the shops or perhaps take a boat down the canal. Whatever you have in mind - it's within easy reach of Beacons Lodge.
Discover Brecon - Why not spend some time in nearby Brecon, just 2 miles away. This market town boasts wonderful Georgian and Jacobean shop fronts and narrow streets hiding a huge selection of one-off boutiques and cafes. Visit on a Tuesday or a Friday to enjoy Brecon at its most bustling when the markets are in full swing. For a quieter time why not pay a visit to Brecon Cathedral, thought to date back from as early as 1094 when the half brother of William the Conqueror established a fortification there. The canal is also well worth a visit and the attractive canal end is a lovely place to sit with an ice-cream and watch the boats and water birds go by.
Brecon 2 miles.
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If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Ann, Lucy and Carolyn
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